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EMIGRATION TO QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 17 July 1862

EMIGRATION TO QUEENSLAND. The natural increase of Britain's pujiula tion, amouuting to between tlircc and four hundied thousand tvery year, renders it an absolute necessity that 'th'u-c should be an outlet somewhere for our *?i-plus population, Whatever amount of truth there may W in the theory that, under certain circ-uuistnuOL-.s, profitable employment might be found for all this rapidly increasing multitude, such cir cumstances do not exist. For mir own part wo do not believe that profitable employ ment could be crcatud under any circum stances iu tbe proportion nei^cssary tu meet the demand of our natural increase of popu lation. We liavo, however, to do with things as they are, nut as they might be, and while vre see the wages of labor in onr agricultural district dnu-n to a price which makes it almost impossible for men r^. livu we can feel no sympathy with thos-- ivhosc* theories on this subject result iu discourag ing industrious working uiuiitV.'m improving their circumstan...

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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MELBOURNE. Tuesday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 17 July 1862

HELBOCHXE. Tceed iv afternoon. Mr. Kash, fbe Sccrct3r)--iti-Cuiff of die Railway Dejiartmaut, has hoeu dismissed lrom l.i» oQii'c. Flour bas advanced 10s. *J5 ton. Several members of tbe Government, and othar jrcntlemc'J interested in tlie Aev«iloi-- nicnt of the mineral resources of tbe colon v, will visit the Cape Patterson coalfields on Thursday nest, in H.M.C.S. Victoria. K nar GS-tKiunlers are being icoontcd on tbe battery at Sanaridjo.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 17 July 1862

3STGTICK I jTIOVKTRY SufcscriLers nr Advertisers j \J trlmso Accounts are £1 or «i-wards, will .iVige by a a early ramittaaie. Xostu AcsmALiAS OiSce, 1st -July, 1SC2. ' KOTICF. ~~ TXTESDIXG Sdaseribers arc rcEi'mded L t'iat the ;irts«nt is the first is»ue of this Journal for th; qnsrter. Persons vailing nt tlie ofiiee, or sendin; a -!vriit»:- ordar, will hare the paper delivered regatirly ar ibcir address. Teems : Qusrtorlv. ia advance .. 9s. Ditto, credit ? 10s; NOKTH ACSTEitlAS OSiCC, UtJii!y, litti KGTI0E. QUSPCCIiiEnS receivinK- th=ir panels O irrcjularlv, cither tliroazh the l'ost * GEXTS for this-Joumal are informed J\. that tlie Accounts for tlieir Districts are forwarded by the present mail. Karly attention is rcar.ested. Lists of new Snb scriiters ?houl.£ lm TortrasTied icuuetllateTy. i

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MAIL ARRANGEMENTS AT THE POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 17 July 1862

MAH. ABBANGEWENTS AT THE WJST OS?nCE. __ _._„ Kins CUHK AT I XAII£ ABSH^ AT TCsiroiras. uwncu. as»«a«. hk^&uz j n;pt«i,9 pm. ,. I .ivptnl, J.pm. ToowoaxBi J l'ridw, S p.m. day, Kp.ia. f..,^-,^ 1 :Tnc«il£-r.ll.3Omjn.jFliiir$daj»iUl'Saift- 'UIas fl k-ilUi}-.Spin.- ) HWPsn. M^ina V Thu^lay,Sp.ni.j J.--.5p.m: Na^avqo iTov^l&y, S p.m. {Sunday, 6 p in. The fore thus Mails arrive at their desti tution as follows : — Ui::.-LiASE ., Daily. Sunday excepted, 10 a.m. Ti}^-.ro;)M3i. AVcduraJay, II a,jti-; Satar At\: S p.m. -? D»avtos.... Wednesday, noun ; Sattuidrj-, --. p.m. \\rA.c\viCK .. Tucs-iay, 4 ji.us-; Satui-dcy 11 3.111. SiXiSGO .. Friday, noon, The following Hails are contingent for time on thi arrivals of the steamers ; and for thrts.e s-.ieJi an-aujrementd ai^e made as ars m-»st likely t» inuel]vsMiceoi:vemeisse,viz.: MaryboroHgh, Oladstnue, anil &oct!iaiii]-- ton, every alternate Sand?y or Mon day, as nuti£ed in the 1-wal pa;-trs of the jireiions Friday and S...

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WEEKLY CALENDER. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 17 July 1862

WTIEKI.V O4UEXTJA11. j — ^ __^ ^ — ~^^-^— ! . „„ Sra 1 si-s I Moon'o iiiioH iri-im , Jc'- N-— l:iSES. Sai. [ ACE. OS TU£ BiE. i '' ir-;t~i~H.jT. ; 1-. h. (jii-m irii3. I Tlinrsilsy li «« ' :» I 17 S JOiOl I 4 I f.^sv ... IT! C SO : S SU » S jit: 2 M I -.-imrdjy It 1) 4i- ? USD ' 20 8 ! ?-' SU 3 16 Sai.iiav _!»! 6 53 ' 5 31 j li S 2 12 1 2 34 Vr.u.«»V_.-^' v-59 ..S» . 3» S S6C. ; 3 IS r...L-j-:V...^-;i CJ9 ! jfl f si s .tjo- j ci n'cdn.«uT±:l tfi ' S3 I S II * :« ! i 46 J - I i ! ? . -i j [ Tb« **htiV rising and »:i*n*: is cilculatril to ucno j inn-. *M-t, v«t«T at Ij^aTili fjur hours inter.

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NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 17 July 1862

NEW SOUTH WALES, (»:-.« (At £ X. Utrold.) Tin: only matter of importance that has occurred ill i*;iri:.imcnt during the week was tie .labile do the. Dividing JF\uiiMi»_ItiJL wliicli was opposed as tieinjr in effect a. repeal of thu advantages of Crop selection, and was t'.truv.a out on Thursday night, notwith standing the earnest efforts of the Govern ment to obtain a. further postponement in the nl-s?nee uf une or two of tuctr snnporters. The As&mUv have passed a resolution iu favour of allowing compensation, at the rate of 3(-s. a head, for all cattle destroyed under the Disease Prevention Act subsequent to thu 22ni Xovemlier, on which day a motion was passed averse to the principle of com pensation, as previously paid by the Govem I Major-General Pratt reviewed the Volun 1 tcer forces on Saturday afternoon in the | outer Domain, and expressed his approbation I of thu soldier-like manner in which die «vo I luti.jno nere performed, at the earns time | recumiueuiling that ar...

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GLADSTONE AND DISRAELI. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 17 July 1862

GLADSTONE AND DISIIAELL The London correspondent of the Muudiisier Exaaiiuer gives an interest ing description of the passage of oratory between Mr. Disraeli and Sir. Glad stone: — *'3Ir. Ditraeli evidently felt it necessary to do something to raise the spirit of his party, somewhat de pressed as they are by the Fabian tactics which circumstances force upon them, as ivnll .-?« to vindicate his wotition as the interpreter of their dislikes and the oryau of tl.eir passions if not the di- j ivitjr of their policy. Need ii he said that for i?-at pnrjiose nothing so effectual could ite devised as an attack upon Mr. Gladstone, whom the opposition honour with their most determined antagonism ? It would be unfair to deny to the right Lou. gentleman the credit of having i inada a west effective party speech. j l'or once he resitted the temptation to ! be over elaborate. Tor onco he wan aged to be for a time serious without I lx-ius also dull. Hie figures wens selected I with' point, aud cert...

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PROJECTILES AND IRON-PLATED VESSELS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 17 July 1862

I'liOJKCTlLES -VXD IRON l'LATED VESSELS. At a uieetlug of tin; Polytechnic So ciety, Liverpool, Mr. W. Olay, of the Mersey Stsel and Ironworks, read a laast interesuug and instructive jiaper on ' lVojixtili:^ nud iruu-plutcd Ves sels,' illuati-atiDg his remarks with dia grams, aad relating lie result of niiiuc vous t'\j-oi-iuieuts. He said tlie paper lie liad to raid was onlv intended in a manner tu introduce tlic subject, so as to elicit discussion from more competent gentlemen. The subject of projectiles versos armour had lately assumed a very important position with regard to the supremacy of this country, while the question of armaments against iron projectiles had Iwea considerably dis- ! cusecd, and, if he might use the word, I tliu public- mind had lieenuicillatin' be- I tween offence and defoa^ii. From S!i-se- J ^aryecis, at one time we had rcporls : vaat no gnus could pierce the ii-im I plates of vessels ; and at another, that the shot had gone tkrougli tliem with ' great f...

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SEIZURE OF THE BRITISH STEAMSHIP BERMUDA. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 17 July 1862

SEIZURE OF THE BRITISH STEAMSHIP BERMUDA. The following is a copy of a letter from Captain Westendorff, .if rl-c steamship Ber muda, to the owner in Liverpool : — ' Philadelphia, May «. IKS. 'Bear Sir, — You wti!, no doubt, be ns tonnded when tou receive this, inforuiinc ! you of the seizure of the Bermuda by a Federal w«r-vcs6e!. I shall p;irr ynu the facts of flic case as briefly as possible, and leave yon to judge for yourselves tlie lilgh hanncd nfiafr. ' Havincj n'Ccivcti insti notions at Bermuda to proceel to Xa»sau, I left that place on the 23rd nit., for tha latter port. On Sunday the 27th nit,. «t 4-.W a.m.. we mails Atiaco liKbt, twar:ng S.W. half S.. distant not rc:o«e tlian eirfhtccn miles ; ivind, at the lime v-?rv Ilrfit from the eastward, and the vessel 'going afout 9J knot.*. ir-- were stecrlncr at the liinf direciJy for the ligJit. Atabtist Sa.m^ ivc mnde a steamer to windward of us, sad on looking tlirnnjrh the glass found that slio was coming don-n towards as. Xa ...

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RETURN OF THE ENGLISH CRICKETERS FROM AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 17 July 1862

BSTUBS OF THE ENGLISH CB1OKET . BBS FHOM AUSTfiAEa: UsmEB the 31»to liesding the &n «f Jmrfl 16 contains the fallowing : ? ^ t **?aJ?:oiYiay evening Ia|t oar pluckv bandofCncketere, triio. sicie October Ust have saHed, steamed, rode, and drovo :^3 V some 40.000 miles, arrived «H ^soimd i«a liearty faaei again totbe «hores,of-jld JW^ land. Eight of them arrtved '«tvtioftBr a tnfie«£csr noon on Monday, and -were met ! liy Frederick T,il!cvwbite and others, who fortliwith bundled them into the train far I-»n5«n-br£dffe, whereat they arrived a littlt: after 6 o'clock. There they mountci an omnio'js. attached to which were four spanking ^rcys. and with a loud hurrah and a trin:nphantb1nw of ttic cornopean, off they sUrted for the Oval at Keanin£tnn, around the outside of which they were driven at a rare bat : nnd then, with a skill quits charm ing to witness, and at a fine pace, asiid die laud checre of tlie assembled compHnr. they ?ware safi'ly lan^ctl on their initch-lavcu ?Ova...

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YORK SPRING MEETING. MAY 20. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 17 July 1862

TOEK SPRIXG aiEETISG. May 20. The Great Northern Handicap of lOOsovs^ with Sweepstakes of 20 sovs. each 69 subscribers, 29 of whom peid forfeit of 10 sovs. Mr. H. H. O'Hara's Ivanhoof I Mr. SieUols' Wizard ' ' 9 UavSL ' ' ~ The Loaoesbotnugli Cnji, 100 sovs, and Handicap of -5 sovs. each. 4S Eulseribers. » on by Captain Cimsge's Snicebox. The Egltntoa States. 10 sovs each, with SO ^ded. 13 enbserihere. Won by Mr. fi. E. Wilson's Bobsinia. - Deaxs of Busk Bokxv.— 4[r. W- I^.nson has sustained a serene loss in Hje «eath of liiscelffibrated mare BlinkUounv, the winner of the Cerby and Oaks «n 1857. and the only *nmiai except Eleanor -wboperibhned *h- same feat iu 1801), that ever achieved two snehrenMrkaWe sncsesBes. The loss to her owner is a very serious one, as lie was only recently offered the euormons sum of £500 a year for her produce as longos Shoiii-ed. an ^ offer wlush was declined. Helbonrae. Blink Boany's sire, died in 1859. and Oxa deeds ©r liis £uuocs daughter cast a msre ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 17 July 1862

TO COMPOSITORS. 11TAXTED, .1 G--*3 .lOJJSIXfl HAX1-. j * ' To a steady man. cunstsiit iMnplov lajr.t will be given. Apply office uf this TM--T. ? \VrAXTi;i-. a VOUril. from 14 to If. II years of age. vviiii a gond J«ain cdu cauini. as an Appn-iitKi-. lo tho I'.-iutltic business. Apply oliicc of this paper. WANT:;i-, to ivnt, a COTTAGE, cou laititng four orsis rooms. No objec tion to town or country. If with a small garden and wcH-watered preferred. Kent ia;ist lie moderate. AppTv t« 3Ir. A GAS KAETH, A^.N. Compasiy's Wharf, Ipswich. WASTED, TEXOEHS for tlie erection of a twent---stalled stable aud coach house, rtan and s|-ccifisation can be seen oa application to Mr. MICHAEL FOltD TntttrsalFs Hotel; East-street. WANTE1J. l;y Two coffin-teat Young Men. an ESGAGKMEST for Horse. breaking or Catik-ilrivia-?. Tackle pro vided liy themselves. Address Z. A^ office of ti:is paper. £1 £EW£3I)! LOST, from Uedbank, one IROX-GREV JlARIi. branded JIG and like blotch brand Uii.lorneath liear simr...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 17 July 1862

mrousDisGs. At North Brislianc, 9th Jnly. 1ST.2. liv BIr. i D. S. Laurie, for trespass iu iKidduck, at ? En^lo Kami. Dial's ami -lriv5:j=- 1.',-. : — ' I-arl; man Lotsi-, small stir iu fiv. f!ii-ad. Loth ! hind f-ret h:ivt- apparently t«-.-!i biistcrcil, I branded like Jf near ??iou*Mcr with illc^iMn ' lir:tnd over. If not rcl-.\is;d on ?« l.vf.ire tire ; Sid day uf Ausnst. t{5«i wiil-4w sold— I Eusscxi) lltoiiES, Poundkceper. ] Impoanded at Ipswich, from Fcrnielawn ' Driving and trespass £1 per head. :— Chesnut '? ti!are and f:.a!, streak, W off shiclder, Jikc ! JD over DO over O O over K noar rtluu:ldcr, Matt mare. star. .II i.vcr IC2 near shoulder; '. bay «-5t, Vli near s!io::lili'r ; bayoiir. near fore foot white, like \V-« n.^ai' siioulder cilfy colt, like Fl- i:i-ar slioul«..-r; l..-,v lusre and flial. star. V .ivw l»S over Jike OK near shoulder; chesnut laarc ani! foal, star, C over SIK oeur shoulder, 5 n.-ar tliigli ; l.ay Kisre, biad feet irliit.;. star, S over S near shoul...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 17 July 1862

SYDNEY MABKETS. We have news from Svdnty, by the Prince of Wales, to the-12tii instant. Tie jouroals supply fl»e follo-n iug summary : — Peoouoe *s» Stock iUuEKTs. Wool. — KottFithstaodiup the news hy telegram announcing a considerable decline in flic English Wool Jliutct— the few par cals sold hy vs to-day did not exhibit any reduction on prices lately ruling in tliis mcrfcet, from wiiicli ire may infer that this fall in tlie Hay sales have to some extent been anticipated by our buyers. Sheepskins continue in good demand at late rates. ?' , . ? , l^allow.— SotwrthBtanQingtliedepressinE natnreof tlie news, tallow has maintained last week'ejiriceje. I Hides. — The news from hoiie h.ts canae J a inmplsU- «':.g »ion in 5hc h^de mar!:ct. aud tJuro arc at prc-wat no buyci-s for shipment at orcr 1th. &- i Is. for bes't Iieavv parcels: lijiit and luferior arc search- disposable at any price. Fat Cattle.— A -slight improvement no ticcablK. Prime lots arc wtirth £1 5s t.» £4 Ms. Kdt ...

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ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 17 July 1862

ENGLISH NEWS. (From the ttome -Veiri.2Gth Slav.) Tncdistrost in Lsncseltiie iuci«ai4eE. TUxt the wealth and iuaievolence of tlie cotmtry will be found cqrjl to tiiii fresh strain cannot be doubted; hut She anulwr of claims t!ist have oflete been made on the resources of the more prosperous ciaxees is drrply tu be deijon.-d. It would almost require' a na tional purse like tho purse of (he Arabian &blc which was no sooner cmj;ti.:» thnti i: teas filled xj^ain, to meet the n..vr«;!v!i:' drain t!i»t is made on the syisi 51.11 iiio-s .il'iiu ' jrich. But we do not dvsiuir ui' naesiiic aretn progress nnder tbi» care i-£ c Ca-itrai coaimittce in London, and s.-vcm! siu^ been already transmitted tu the priucioal towns iu the jnannfarfuriiig diftri.-ts While t'ue public sympathies were ac tively engaged in halping the distressed ' workmen in the nth, a uew elulm li-is sprung up from a disastrons flL.hl which !i'iR ocaniTed in the Middle L'jvel liv vLivli 10,(»00 acres, or upwards, ha...

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IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 17 July 1862

IRELAND. The Marchioness of Ely li*s, in the name of lur son. tlta youthful inaiiims. ;'ivt;n instruc tions th.-t seed cits, potatoes, and other 6--ciis slutll be Attributed amongst those of the tenants on his Fermanagh estate who at titis time if.hiM, if not nsslsUi, be compelled to iiit the land be uner-ippad, or mate ruin ous sacrifices to procure seed. A Tippirary j Jams] says r — - Every week tliu tide of emigration eccme to acquire a new stimulus, and from this part ot the cosntry namb^rs are luvinf* to acquire a jisnaasiffat home in a foreign land. The new land liill introduced by Mr. Duffy in the Victoria Australian Parliament, 'anil carried into lav ljy a majority «if the Legis lat'jre, offers inducements which art being availed of bv intending ssitlcrs in that colnay. At the sanic tluio. tb»?. number of jjcreoos proceeding to America is verv large - — ~*co~Is*aSs&3S*~».&,&« §***?*» '*^rn *nto' A terrible e5pTosioa'toolT*piS*-»i tBc' !2ih i-f Maj\ at...

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MEXICO. New York, May 9, Evening. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 17 July 1862

MEXICO. Sew York. Msv^.Eveninir. Advices received hero from Vcra. Criir, anupni lished by the New Tort papers, arc to the 21th ult.:— The French bad advanced from Cordova, oocnpled Orisaba, and were still advancing. Thcyottacked and captured a email 'fort, toting 25 prisoners. ' The Prcncli pivo the foll6wing as tbo cause for nut fnlfiHiog the oririnal- aeree mentofSoledadi— . IL Tbe dedaratiou of war by Juarez. . 2. The assassinatioa of several French soldiers. 8, AnmjyancecauEodby Jaarsz, 4. The entire interception cf all kinds of fooa. Almonte had issued » proclamation, which was regarded as au appr.vral or foreign inter vention in Mexico. Large nnakra of the inhabitants were repnrted to have declared themselves In fa four of Almonto's views. The Spanish troops were embarking in Er'.tish steamers.

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CHESTER SPRING MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 17 July 1862

CHESTER SPlilN'G MEETING. GJvera'jr htakes, 10 sois. each, with £50 adsied. U-iuLsciiberf. Won bv Mr. (i Uryan's Sawcuuer. Cbtsterfleld Strikes fHandicap). 10 sovs. ea-h, witU flyii aided. 17 sebscribers. Won !-y Hr. Druanaoad's Egj-pti:;n. ?\Vymistay liaadi^p. HXt snV*. aiided to sircepstaLes of 5 sovs. c-ach. Z7 s«h ssrji.--:rs. Won by Mr. 1'avne's Volteila. The Mostyn Stakes, 10 6ovs_'cacb, 10ii added. 14 subscribers. Won uy Mr. NayJur's t^an:ivaL Tiie Palatine Club Stakes, 15 sots., 100 added. IVon by Count de La^range's UnyalUcu. A Sweepstakes of 5 sovs. each, with 30 aducd. Winu»r to be sold for 100 sots, if densanfied. 5 subseriuers. AVoa bvJJr. It- Chcadlu's Lcontcs. A irandjcap Piace. 5:3&jrs. 17snhssriters. AVon by Captain Christie's Miss Julia, The Ccp Dat. Mm 14. The Tradesmen's Plate, 300 sovs., added to s. Handicap Sweepstakes of is sovs. each 359 subscribers, C9 of wuoai paid £5 each Mr. JaeksMTs Tim \CkiSler i Sir. Merr\-'sVi'UdDayr«a.. II II 2 Her Majcstv's ...

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SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. NEW MARKET SPRING MEETING. THE TWP THOUSAND DAY. MAY 6. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 17 July 1862

SPOltTLVG IXT£LLIGEXCE. - XE*.niABKET Sl'itlXG MKETIVG. _. The Two Tuncf and Dav. Mav C. i Ur .« Tiionsand (iniiscaa. Stakes of lw sovt. each. 70 siibscribere. Si«*t VaJui of the stakes. £415:). ?faeOic Thousand Day, May 6. The One TWsai-.d Guineas Stakes. 100 sots. -;-ch. 'Xctt vali:e of stakes, £2600. Mr. T. Valu:)tn«'s Hurricane -? .. 1 Ijord Sra'-afjid'sTScrllia ? 2 i-ird Co'-eutrj-'s S«-p'io .. .. ..3 Tiia Xfvraiarfcet T-.vft-year-oU Kate of £200 was won by Saedisreaicter.

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REUTER'S TELEGRAMS. Naples, May 20. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 17 July 1862

nKLTEB'S TELF-ttBASTS. Kapl-^i, 3Iay 20. Testenlay a few persons 111 the - la To ledi attempti-d to g».t up a deinunstratlcn iij iiounr of Oaribalrli. They Vi-rc. however, di.-turbed by tbo 'X»«iof.rl Cuanl. Order was not -lis)ieiH'J. Kin'-' A'iirtor Kunnaniifl was present at the ball given by thu Municipality. '*' ' vari^*-ray 19. The Paris papers of to-day publisb tele crams from Baguss. cnnfinninirtlie c-ijiture of Siksieh. Tlie loss ..1' (1m Montenegrins wns 2-f-; that of tin; Turis ani, besides pris^nnrs. The cit.».-!il still bolds mi. The Montenegrins jirc raid to have ms.'.e. a rccoiiuaissance in tl:^- di:vetion cf Jlcstar. Yiciina, 51ay 1«), evening. According to news received bere finm Mostar. to the 16th, thr 3Iontem-grins b^d only occupied the town of Xiksich, The citadel still remained iu j csscssio:: of tbe Turks. Tuc latter liare taiicn the whole proviaco of Knt^cki. Berlin, ?.ray 13, It is asserted in ireli-informeJ qnart-srs chat a Prussian i:ltim:itu:n bss acczi ilc...

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